Early polling suggests that if Democrat Russ Feingold decides to mount a comeback Senate bid, Wisconsin will back him all the way.
Inviting hate group leader Tony Perkins to speak about religious freedom is just more evidence of the GOP's farcical approach to governance
47 GOP Senators signed a letter to Iran, warning them that Republicans were prepared to undermine any nuclear agreement reached with the US.
Former Congressional Representative Joe Walsh (R) says he is "very seriously considering challenging" Illinois Senator Mark Kirk (R).
Rand Paul says he wants Congress to read bills before they vote, relying on them to tell us truthfully if they actually read them.
West Virginia Delegate Brian Kurcaba says rape is awful, but remarks that it can create a beautiful child.
Boehner twisted history to claim that "the American people can't afford a repeat of the same old top-down policies of the past"
The only thing keeping Republicans in power right now is money, and they'll tell any lies to hold onto that money.
Gavin Newsom has decided not to run for Senate in 2016 making attorney general Kamala Harris the presumptive front-runner if she runs.
Now that Republicans will have control of both houses of Congress, they will start, immediately, passing legislation to revert back to Bush-era economics and undo the economic progress of the past six years.
Midterm election results in Georgia show progressive trends and point to battleground potential for the 2016 presidential race.
One election where a Democratic seat was flipped red was Montana's District 32 State House race. The Republican, Gilbert Bruce Meyers, was convicted of assault on a minor and sentenced to four years in prison.
Incumbent Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen held on and defeated Republican Scott Brown in New Hampshire's US Senate race on Tuesday evening.
In a Quinnipiac poll last week, the firm showed Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CO) ahead of the incumbent Democrat Mark Udall by seven points, 46% to 39%. However, Monday's results showed the race a lot tighter, with Gardner's lead shrinking to two points, 45% to 43%.
What the future holds for voting in North Carolina is unknown. What is known is that the damaging and chilling effects of this law will be felt for decades, even if the law is overturned this summer.
In a poll released Wednesday by the Garin-Hart-Yang Research Group, Rep, Bruce Braley (D-IA) holds a commanding lead with early voters in Iowa's open US Senate race compared to his Republican opponent, Joni Ernst.
During Monday morning's broadcast of Morning Joe, host Joe Scarborough took Joni Ernst to task for canceling meetings with the editorial boards of Iowa newspapers and local news stations.
There are two issues guaranteed to get the wing-nuts to the polls even if they have to crawl on their bellies over barbed wire in a typhoon. The first is anything to do with not being able to let their kids under ten play with howitzers; the second voting magnet is anything to do with the possibility that Bob and Bruce might marry.
New Jersey Republican Jeff Bell, who is running against incumbent Democrat Cory Booker in New Jersey's US Senate race, told a New Jersey newspaper Thursday that he is behind Booker because single women are "wed" to the Democratic Party due to their reliance on government benefits.
Republican Senate Candidate Joni Ernst could be in some hot water over county public contracts awarded to her father's company when she served as the county's auditor. Ernst is running against Democrat Bruce Braley for Iowa's open US Senate seat.